Archive | August 2008
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Are captchas annoying to you? They are to me. I probably fail at solving them about 15% of the time, which is far too often for my liking. They get annoying, and as spammers find ways to automate solving them, the captchas continue to get more difficult to read. Someone who knows a lot about […]
My goal was to set up a network share on a RHEL5 server using Samba, so that our Windows users could access the shared folder from their desktops. It was difficult to find any information on doing this and nothing else, such as setting up Samba as a domain controller, which I was not interested […]
I found an excellent resource for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), which has a list of great tutorials and examples for the beginner or intermediate CSS user. These are the basics when any developer or designer should have a handle on: 9 Top CSS Essential Skills That Every Web designer Should Learn If you are looking […]
For years, people have loved Apples and Macs because of their relative security when compared to the likes of Microsoft, who are the target of tens of thousands of viruses, worms, trojans, and other types of malicious programming. A large part of this has been because of the prevalence of Microsoft Windows, and the fact […]
Just before the iPhone/iPod Touch 2.0 update, I restored my iPod Touch after having had it jailbroken for a few months. One of the immediate things I missed was the SSH client. Then I learned that recently, a few SSH clients had popped up in the App Store, which pleased me to no end, especially […]
Last week there was a lot of buzz online regarding the discovery of a dead sasquatch. I’m sure you probably heard about it. I watched the news conference led by the two guys in northern Georgia (the state, not the country) who had allegedly discovered the body while out hiking. After the news conference, I […]